Spa Kids

Stress knows no age, so relaxing massages and facials are now in vogue with the younger set

Many hands have been wrung about the plight of overextended kids. In their attempts to become well rounded as individuals and well liked by college admissions officers, youngsters from grammar school to high school barely have time for play, let alone relaxation. But between homework and music lessons, soccer practice and SAT prep, some parents and their kids are scheduling a new set of appointments. These commitments, however, are less likely to be monitored by coaches and instructors than by the aestheticians, masseurs and nutritionists at the growing number of day spas and resorts that cater to young people. "Kids are...

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